Nairobi Garage opens two new co-working spaces in the heart of Nairobi’s Central Business District.
The co-working space trend doesn’t relate only to remote workers. Flexible workplaces are also a growing trend among businesses and startups. In the city’s heart, Nairobi Garage provides flexible working desks and meeting rooms for several multinationals, tech businesses, and consultants. Combining different specializations, the co-working supports businesses in creating new networks. In addition, the hub provides different services to improve productivity and focus:
- Presentation facilities
- Reception services
- Business support
- Executive private offices
Besides this new co-working space in Nairobi, run flexible offices in Kilimani, Karen, Spring Valley, and Westlands. And demand is constantly growing.
As Director of Nairobi Garage, Hannah Clifford, said: “We have seen a rise in requests for the CBD even from our current client base. Our clients have unlimited access across all our locations so this is an exciting opportunity for us to take on so that we stay current and provide comprehensive business solutions. A CBD that is, once again, open, elegant, and rapid-to-access, offers an unequaled proposition as the country’s largest commercial concentration, but also requires new types of workspaces. There is little interest in the old, small, cranky workspaces that characterized the center in recent years. The new businesses moving to the center of the city want premium space at competitive prices.”
So, this new co-working space in Nairobi is another example of flexible alternatives.